Here is a link to Rep. Thaddeus McCotter's voting record.

 

This is in addition to McCotter recently having voted to require unionized workers on federally funded contracts and he is/was a supporter of the Card Check legislation that would have eliminated the secret ballot on voting to unionize companies.   

http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog.php?view=38986

 

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Comment by Denis Curran on May 14, 2011 at 3:19am
 From the Free Press site, May 13:

 

"    U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, a five-term Republican from Livonia, told the Free Press on Friday he will not run in the race to challenge Stabenow, a Democrat, in her re-election campaign next year.
     To date, all of the highest-profile potential candidates who could challenge Stabenow have decided against it, including former U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra of Holland (who lost a run for the Republican nomination for governor last year) and former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land."

 

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Comment by Denis Curran on May 13, 2011 at 2:43am

From the May 12 DetNews.com site:

McCotter to decide soon on Senate run

 

Comment by Denis Curran on April 25, 2011 at 7:21am

Here is a discussion of McCotter's 11th area (for a proposed redistricting plan) from:

http://www.republicanmichigander.blogspot.com/

 

I thought it was interesting for the regional voting trend analyses.

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District 11 - McCotter's map is tough to work with without risking others. The current district is on borrowed time. I think McCotter's Livonia and Catholic Central High strength saves him. If he didn't have strong local strength, this district would have flipped. I really (? <sic>) this current district for the next ten years though. It went 53.75% for Obama (34000 vote sink) at the top of the ticket and 51.97% for Bush (18000 vote spread). There's some big blue sinks here though in Westland, Wayne, Garden City, Van Buren, Part of Dearborn Heights, and Belleville. I removed all of them to either Dingell or Clarke except Redford which I had to keep due to space. I removed an automatic 12000-25000 vote sink. Redford's a big one and getting bigger, but I picked that poison instead of Westland because Glenn Anderson is a very strong democrat from there. Westland had to go, because Anderson would give McCotter a very difficult race. I had to give another blue sink in West Bloomfield. Thats a 5-9K vote sink, but still half of what he had before. I also gave him all of Waterford (swings) and the base areas Independence, Commerce, and Rose Twps from Oakland County from the Peters district. I also gave Salem Twp from Washtenaw County.

Dan's proposed 11th District

 


This one isn't easy, but Obama got 52.15% (16000 sink) of the two party vote and Bush 55.08% (37000 spread). It's much more friendly than the previous district.

 

Comment by Sharon Lollio on April 19, 2011 at 11:53am
Thanks Mike for posting and C4L to provide the site.  We need someone to be on top of this and to call these guys out for bad votes.  Seems they play "the vote one bad, vote two good" game.  There is no way this particular action - no matter how many other "good" votes McCotter makes -   will ever sit well with me. This was a slap in the face and a punch in the gut for every private, struggling small business in this state.  Someone should remind our(?) Congressman he is alienating the conservative base by actions such as this.  Frank Beckmann totally gave him a pass on his radio show about a week ago when questioned about this. Nice to ask a hot topic question with only a few seconds left to respond.  Very disappointed with Frank.

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